Current State of Development (June 15th 2018) — more blockchains!

  • Rootstock (RSK): A very interesting approach, as Rootstock is bringing smart contracts to the bitcoin blockchain! The smart contract language is based on Solidity (the one that’s used for Ethereum), so for us it is a straight forward approach to integrate and test it to have a complete new blockchain integrated!
  • EOS: Using Graphene technology, EOS enables users to handle a significant amount of transactions. That, and a delegated proof of stake approach leads to a great scaling potential for commercial usage!
    From a technical perspective, EOS.IO uses C/C++ coding that gets compiled into “WebAssemblies”. The application strcuture is designed around “events” that respond to “actions”. This model fits our internal representation of business workflows very well and we have succesfully doing first adoption cases here.
  • NEO: NEO (like Ethereum) uses a virtual machine to execute its smart contracts. From a technical perspective, NEO offers the possibility to use several high-level programming languages like C#, VB.Net and Java to develop smart contracts. The first compiler for NEO Smart Contracts 2.0 will be for MSIL (“Microsoft intermediate language”) — so with our long term Microsoft .NET development experience, it’s a natural fit to implement NEO with our smart contracts generation, too.
  • Microsoft Cryptlets and NEM: We name those here as examples for the design idea of getting “load” (data/programming code) off-blockchain. The intention is to securly hash the off-chain load within the blockchain to gain a big boost in efficieny and enable big data being connected to the blockchain world. We did some deep research here and have started first implementations as well.

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